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latest weather. >> thank you, al. halloween is just a week from today which means it's time for unicef's trick-or-treat campaign and carol stern is the president and ceo of the u.s. fund for unicef, and deana kay is the daughter of unicef's first goodwill ambassador danny kay. good to have you here. thanks for coming back. this is obviously something so meaningful to your father danny kay, who as we mentioned was the first goodwill ambassador for 25 years, and also a multi-performer on so many levels. what did it mean to him? >> you know, today, thanks to "today," we're launching a year long centennial celebration. it's not just about the artist who was successful on screen, on radio and television, but the centennial is really about his humanitarian efforts that meant the world to him. he would walk a mile for a kid, and as his daughter i'm just fiercely proud and inspired by his world outreach for children. it wasn't just figurative because he would go under their world instinctively and laugh and play and roll on the floor and rub noses, and so danny kay's legacy is an entertainer w
have. 3000 of them die every day. please get involved. make your donation at unicef. >> welcome back it could be a turning point in the u.s. election campaign. on one set, barack obama and their romney will go head to head for the first debate on live television. >> romney will be looking for a game changer in his campaign after some tough weeks. obama for his part is hoping to open up a significant lead in the polls. >> a debate is really all about the clash of ideas and his first one on domestic policy could see the biggest clash of all. >> that is because both candidates have very different ideas on the role of government to solve the country's problem. it is a dividing line that cuts right through american society. >> after a long day's work, as washington attorney enjoys being at home with his family. for months, the presidential race for the white house has stolen the headlines. he already knows he's voting for. >> i think romney offers a set of policy proposals which will grow the economy, of the port of poverty, all of the middle-class and provide jobs for the american people
organizations such as unicef warn that pregnancy can harm a young girl's body and limit her opportunities for education. this graph shows the birth rate for 1,000 girls in asian ten member nations. they're much higher in countries such as japan and south korea. in thailand the number of teenage girls choosing to terminate a pregnancy is rising. even though the procedure is normally illegal. health experts say sex education programs could help reverse the trend. but they face strong opposition from traditional groups. nhk world's noriko nakamura reports from bangkok. >> reporter: teenage girls receive advice at the clinic in bangkok. about the challenges of motherhood. the clinic says the number of pregnant teens have jumped in recent years. it has launched a new pilot project devoted to their physical and mental care. this 16-year-old girl is four months pregnant. her boyfriend used a condom but it didn't do its job. >> translator: i felt worried when i found out i was pregnant. >> translator: there should be videos and lessons at school about how to use a condom properly. >> reporter: th
organizations such as unicef warn that pregnancy can harm a young girl's body and limit her opportunity for education. this shows the birth date per 1,000 girls age 15-19 in the ten member nations. they are much higher than in countries such as japan and south korea. in thailand the number of teenage girls choosing to terminate a pregnancy is rising even though the procedure is normally illegal. health experts say sex education programs could help reverse the trend but they face strong opposition from tro digsal groups. >> reporter: teenage girls received a vice at the clinic in bangkok about the challenges of motherhood. the clinic says the number of pregnant teens have jumped in recent years. it has launched a new project devoted to their physical and mental care. this 16-year-old girl is four months pregnant. her boyfriend used a condom but it didn't do its job. >> i felt worried when i found out i was pregnant. >> there should be videos and lessons at school about how to use a condom properly. >> reporter: the thai. go says out of every girl 15-19 almost 55 gave birth in 2011. >> tw
know we have long-term supporters here. i see this report as dovetailing beautifully with the unicef report on the state of the world's children. what really concerns me a as something that was mentioned earlier and that is where we stand with the rest of the world. and that kind of speaks to our credibility as a nation when we try to talk about how wonderful the united states is and i just wonder if anyone would like to make any comment on the crc and two, whether this really matters, whether where we stand with the rest of the world is something that this is aimed at helping with? >> thanks. >> i think to the last question you asked, does it really matter? i think the answer is yes. and i don't know how a candid manner. i think bruce talking about public opinion, talking about the numbers of folks that are in favor of investing in kids and their political leadership and doesn't do anything about it really begs the question, why not? the answer to your question is emphatic yes but the problem is that we don't somehow have enough political frankly, those of us who are advocates in th
.n. sunday. i'm doing what? >> i am looking at unicef, working with kids, and do whatever i can to alleviate poverty, because it is something i have experienced firsthand, and i see it every day. it breaks my heart when there is not about being done. money has been sent in, but if has not been put the right use. being in unicef and being able to support other kids with the african countries would be a lifetime dream. >> res, a graduate student at lynn university, thank you very much for sharing us your perspective. >> thank you, and have a good evening. >> we look inside the media filing center, and we want to share with you a photograph that was released and moment ago from the romney campaign. he has arrived inside the center at lynn university, and this is a photograph as he prepares. you can see members of the romney family. they are inside a holding room. hastings, minnesota, a supporter of romney. >> good evening. my question is, why are so many poorer -- foreign policy questions being asked of mr. romney for his plans and expertise? nothing as i remember was asked now of president oba
a delegation of children's rights activists sponsored by unicef that made present takings to politicians. she talked about how the simple act of going to school could be terrifying. >> the world, the girls are going to school freely and there is no fear but in swat, when we go to school we are afraid of taliban. he will kill us and throw acid on our face and he can do anything. >> when she was 12 years old, 12 years old, she met with richard holbrooke, president obama's special envoy to the region. >> how old are you? >> i am 12. >> 12 years old? >> yeah. i would address you all and ambassador, i would request if you can help us in our education, please help. >> according to the "new york times" latest report from pakistan across the country pakistanis reacted with outrage on the attack on malala but the taliban was are the to attack islam forbids for attacking women and girls this way. the taliban press to letter to the press stated, it is clear command of shariah that any female who by any means plays a role against mujahideen should be killed. the taliban say that they are holy warriors de
flooded much of the country. unicef officials say they are sending drinking water to some areas. authorities say this rainy season has killed more than 400 people. france. scientists, historians and software engineers teamed up to create this 3 dimensional animation of paris. the company behind the project invited folks to see the finished product in front of paris' town hall. the creators say they aim to give folk as virtual tour through the city's 5,000 year history. china. surfers from the united states, australia and brazil rushed to a river in the east titled born known as the silver dragon. it forms in the once a year. thousands of spectators used motor boats to chase down the swell and that's a wrap on this fox trip around the world in 80 seconds. >> shepard: i'm shepard smith. it's the bottom of the hour. time for fox top story. suicide bomb attack in afghanistan has left three u.s. troops dead. their translator and nearly a dozen others hurt. that pushes the total number of americans killed on the ground in our nation's longest war past the mark of 2,000. that works out
and they are trick-or-treating. they give out these unicef boxes which allows kids to collect money and donate to people around the world. >> socially aware. bet and howard stern, intriguing. >> also new yorkers. >> so people are trick-or-treating, but they give out a lot of things, everyone is like us, they give out snickers and mounds and rasinettes and do thes. kids are allowed to come and take as much as they can carry in their hand. >> love to have a psychologist analyze what kinds of candies you give in relation to your personality, rasinettes, old-school movie theser. >> like regular people and give out candy we all love. >> last-minute things can you do to entertain the kids in the house. you have theodorea and cannon. >> boyfriend and girlfriend. >> so i've heard from theodorea. we'll talk about that later because she's 2 years old with a boyfriend and i'm 42 without one. but we digress. >> i'm actually staying with theodorea. i said last night, if we only had the basic things in the house what can we make for people without power. cannon, that's you, show us what we're doing here. >>
. i see this report as dovetailing beautifully with the unicef report on state of the world's children. what really concerns me is something that was mentioned earlier, and that is where we stand in face of the rest of the world. and that's -- it kind of speaks to our credibility as a nation when we try to talk about how wonderful the united states is. and i just wonder, one, if anyone would make any comment on the crc and, two, on whether, whether this really matters, whether where we stand in face of the rest of the world is something that this is aimed at helping with. thanks. >> mark? >> i think to the last question you asked is does this really matter, i think the answer is, yes. i mean, i don't know how it can't matter. i think that, you know, when i'm listening to bruce talk about the public opinion, um, talk about the numbers of folks that are in favor of investing in kids and yet our political leadership doesn't do anything about it really begs the question, why not? i mean, the answer to your question is emphatically yes. but the problem is that we don't somehow have enough p
people for more help. >> and organizations who can help are struggling. unicef, for example, has only 25% of the funding it needs for it's efforts in lebanon alone. having failed to stop the slaughter in syria, the international community can at least try to ease the trauma of war. arwa damon cnn. >>> and the slaughter continues at least another 90 people were reportedly killed in syr just today. >>> one presidential candidate has no chance of making it to the white house, but might hurt mitt romney's chances. stand by. and the only reporter on the ground right now with the space shuttle endeavor. night our guest, thomas sargent. nobel laureate in economics and one of the most cited economists in the world. professor sargent, can you tell me what cd rates will be in two years? no. if he can't, no one can. that's why ally has a raise your rate cd. ally bank. your money needs an ally. [ male announcer ] how do you make america's favorite recipes? just begin with america's favorite soups. bring out chicken broccoli alfredo. or best-ever meatloaf. g
to witness what unicef is calling a silent tsunami. hunger. >> she can't go through this again. she has to eat well. >> reporter: she's 21 months old, but he can't oning or even crawl. he is afflicted with stunting. >> she has to receive something today. we have to give her something today for her to eat and for kids to eat. >> reporter: stunted growth is caused by a lack of key nutrients or immunizations in the first two years of a child's life. stunted children are smaller. they don't live as long. they can have serious cognitive impairment, and are more susceptible to disease. it's devastating millions of families in kenya. >> translator: it's hard raising a child because of the way this place is. if it was just starvation, we would be able to survive, but when a child is sick, we can't cope because we keep going to the hospital. >> reporter: she says they've run out of food aid and repeated cattle raids and droughts have decimated their livestock. >> when times are tough, they depend on ela mash, this wild fruit, but it has little nutritional value, especially for children. one-thir
. >> and organizations who can help are struggling. unicef, for example, has only 25% of the funding it needs for it's efforts in lebanon alone. having failed to stop the slaughter in syria, the international community can at least try to ease the trauma of war. arwa damon, cnn. >>> and the slaughter continues, at least another 90 people were reportedly killed in syria just today. >>> one presidential candidate has no chance of making it to the white house, but might hurt mitt romney's chances. stand by. and the only reporter on the ground right now with the space shuttle endeavor. thomas sargent. nobel laureate in economics, and one of the most cited economists in the world. professor sargent, can you tell me what cd rates will be in two years? no. if he can't, no one can. that's why ally has a raise your rate cd. ally bank. your money needs an ally. just begin with america's favorite soups. bring out chicken broccoli alfredo. or best-ever meatloaf. go to campbellskitchen.com for recipes, plus a valuable coupon. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. ♪ [ male announcer ] its lightweight const
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